North Carolina Newspapers

7^® Belles
Vol, XIII, No. 9
AXXX, X'lU. V .
itate Canterkny^b Conation Circle Initiates Six New Members
Bolds Annual Meeting In Durham In Seeond Walk Of School Season
‘Maxtt T\/rnmV\prc Arft Ninoll. HS/ll.
Rogers, Paul, Stewart, Leavell
Represent SMS at Convention
Editli Eogers, Mary Jo Paul,
•bine Stewart, and Mary Aston Lea-
i^ell represented the Saint Mary s
tauterbnry Club at the North Caro-
Canterbury Club Convention i
burbam, February 9-10.
Rather Turkington, headmaster of
Andrew’s School, Sewanee, Ten-
Jiessee, led the convention. “The _os-
kiisible purpose of the convention
''as to examine the Episcopal stu-
movement in this state and as-
^®rtaiii its assets and liabilities and
'ai'tlier to find methods of disposing
file liabilities and improving upon
assets.” The deeper meaning
the Canterbury Club and of the
Episcopal Church was made clearer
each delegate.
The first session of the convention
^’as held Friday, February 9, in
®i'it Joseph’s Church, Durham,
^'id the convention closed with elec-
of officers Saturday afternoon.
. Cther Canterbury Club activities
’"elude attending a lecture and re-
^bhion at State College February
: 8nd sponsoring, for the first part
f Lent, the opening of the chapel
” kr dinner.
Secoml walk of the Ordei' of the Ciicle showing I'resideiit Louise Slilliken
‘ heaiius the tiadltional torch a.ul followed by the other members.
^I'stitute Meets
United Church
n Li'o twelfth annual Institute^ of
nP igion is being held at the United
);."«teli of Raleigh. Each Monday
1 ’Sid for six weeks there is a Fel-
‘1"’ship Dinner at 6:00 followed by
at 7 :00 and a lecture at 8:00.
2 '®se meetings began on January
Slid will end on February 26.
. i anl II. Douglas, United States
A"ator from Illinois, gave the first
'"’hire. His topic was “Economic
Social Problems of Mobiliza-
January 29, Harry D. Gide-
Mr. Hughes Names Seven Ministers
To Visit Saint Mary’s During Lent
Seven ministers who have spoken
or will si)eak at the special Lenten
services in Saint Mary’s chapel each
Wednesday afternoon froni Ash
Wednesday until the Mtednesday be
fore Easter during the 1951 Lenten
season are Dr. Howard Powell, the
Rev. Henry IT. Rightor, Jr. the
Rt. Rev. MTlliam R. Moody, D.D.,
the Rt'v. George M. Alpandei;, the
Rt Rev. Thomas H. Mhuglit, D.D.,
the Rt.Rev. Charles A. Mason, D.D.,
and the Rev. Ray Holder.
Dr. Howard Powell, the irastor ot
Edenton Street Methodist Church in
Raleigh, addressed the student body
of Saint Mary’s School last year
during the Lenten Season. Ash IVed-
nes'day this year he introduced Lent
with a brief talk on discipline and
Miss Davis Announces
Dramatic Club Plans
Plans are being made for the
commencement play, presented eac i
year by the Dramatics Club J his
year’s play will be The Merchant of
Venice by Slialscspcaie.
"/b research director ana euiivi d^Thf ^asf yef but ^a
the Foreign Policy Association, has not selected the cast yet, but a
n ® ur^^^ _ lai'ge iiuiiiber of Dramatics Olub
members are trying out for parts.
Miss Davis will assign parts in the
near future, and rehearsals will be
gin soon.
president of Brooklyn College,
Hke on the subject “How caii we
^^toml ourselves against hysterical
"sorvatism as well as the Com-
’b'ist Party?”
V Culbertson, chairman of the
Lzens’ Committee for United Na-
Ip’'s Reform, was the third speaker,
ir .subject was “How to Organize a
Ejjed Nations Police Force.” ^
hv Pope, Dean of Yale Divin-
«p, School, spoke February 12 on
jGstianity and the Race Striig-
last speakers of the Institute
Religion will be Yera Micheles
research director and editor
^ '
" 'rill speak on “The United
Policy in Asia,” and Francis
h’A^Ussell, Director of the Office of
V he Affairs, Department of State,
‘‘^Lington, D. C.
The R('v. Henry II. Rightor, dr.,
who is the rector of Christ Church in
Charlotte, North Carolina, spoke
here February 14. The Rt. Rev.
William Robert Moody, D.D., Bish
op of the Diocese of Lexington, Ken
tucky, will preach the following
Wednesday. Bishop Mood.y, who
siioke here last year, resides in Lex
’Ihe next spiaiker will b(‘ the rector
of Trinity Church, Columbia, South
Carolina,' the Rev. George M. Alex
ander, wlio has recently been put in
charge of that large parish.
At the next special service the
student body will hear the Rt. Rev.
Thomas Henry Wright, D.D.,
Bishop of the Diocese of East Caro
lina and a member of the board of
trustees of Saint Mary’s_ School.
Bishop Wright, whose residence is
in Wilmington, N. C., preached here
last year.
The following service will feature
the Rt. Rev. Charles Avery Mason,
D.D. Bishop of the Diocese of Dal
las in Dallas, Texas, who is also a
previous Lenten speaker.
The last preacher of this Lenten
Season is the Rev. Ray Holder, the
rector of Christ Church in Raleigh.
Except for the local clergy, the
visiting preachers also have been oi
will be Lenten speakers at either
Christ Church or the Church of the
Good Shepherd in Raleigh.
New Members Are Nicoll, Hall,
Woodruff, Hicks, Gordon, Cobbs
Saint Mary’s honor society, the
Circle, made its second walk of the
year Monday, February 5. Louise
'Milliken, Circle president, led the
traditional impressive processional
over the campus. The six new mem
bers selected were Ann Nicoll,
Nancy Woodruff, Virginia Hall,
Alice Hicks, Grace Gordon, and
Stella Cobbs.
Nun Nicoll, from Charlotte, is
secretary of the Student Govern
ment, a member of the Hall
cil, Canterbury Club, Altar Guild,
Stage Coach staff, and a Sigma.
Nancy Woodruff, of Red Oak, is
president of the YWCA, captain of
the Sigma basketball team, and a
member of the Hall Council, Letter
Club, and Glee Club.
Virginia Hall, from Elizabeth
City, IS treasurer of the senior oh'ss,
treasurer of the Canterbury Club,
Senior Warden of the Student Ves
try, vice-president of the Altar
Guild and Granddaughters Club,
and a nioniber of the Hall Council.
She is a ill a •
Alice Hicks, from Faison is presi
dent of the jiinior class the ladtei
Club, and the Granddaughters Club,
vice-iiresident of the. Signms, and a
member of the Legislative Body
YWCA, choir. Stage Coach staff,
and the BELLES circulation staff.
Grace Gordon, from Spray, is a
marshal, vice-president of the Can
terbury Club, a Mu. and a membci
of the'Honor (hmncil, Ua H mincil,
StudentVestry, Altar (liiih . Grand
daughters’ Club, Letter Club, and
the Stage Coach staff.
Stella Cobbs, from Anniston, Ala
bama, is president of the Altar
Guild, secretary of the (.randdaiigh-
ters’ Club, a crucifii'r, a meinln'r ot
the Canterbury Club, Hall (amncil.
Honor Council, circulation staff ot
the BELLES, and a Mu. •
SMS Library Receives
Fine Reference Book
Mr. B. F. Schlesinger of Los
Angeles, California, has donated a
fifteen volume set of the Cambridge
History of European Literature to
the Saint Mary’s Library. There
has been a great need for this set,
but Mrs. Brown has been unable to
locate one in the East.
Mr. Schlesinger also sent Lis-
turber of the Peace, a biography of
II. L. Mencken by William Man
chester. Both the fifteen volume set
and the biography were given in
memory of, the late Mrs. Schlesinger,
an alumna of Saint Mary’s,

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